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July 11, 2018
Barack Obama and Eric Holder Drop New Video, Tammy Duckworth Intros Bill for Boss Ladies, and Campaigns Fall Short on Latino Outreach
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GLOBAL DIPLOMACY TRUMPED… At the start of the military alliance’s annual summit meeting today in Brussels, Donald Trump called allies “delinquent” for failing to spend enough on their own defense, and he said Germany was a “captive” of Russia because of its energy dealings. SLOW YOUR ROLL… Trump’s criticism of NATO drew a rebuke on Tuesday from Donald Tusk, the President of the European Council. “Appreciate your allies,” Tusk said. “After all, you don’t have that many.” HE’S NOT WITH US… Meanwhile, the Senate overwhelmingly voted in favor of a motion supporting NATO. BORDER CROSSING INTO MEXICOMexico’s leftist President-elect Andrés Manuel López Obrador will meet on Friday with Trump's son-in-law and advisor, Jared Kushner, Secretary of State Michael Pompeo, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen at AMLO’s campaign headquarters in Mexico. ANKLE BRACELETSThe Trump administration is planning to release some migrant families equipped with ankle monitors after several court orders restricted the government's ability to hold thousands of migrant families detained at the southern U.S. border. KAVA-NAHThe president’s Supreme Court pick, Brett Kavanaugh, is already facing hurdles from both sides of the aisle, with a vote on his confirmation nearly two months away. FOX GETS A HOUND… Conservative media conglomerate Sinclair Broadcast Group is planning to launch a streaming TV service this year that will likely rival Fox News. The free streaming app, called STIRR, would house a 24/7 TV channel featuring local news and national programming, as well as a variety of other live and on-demand programming, from TV shows to movies to sports. HOPE NEVER DIESThe 300-page novel that feeds into the fanfare surrounding the relationship between former President Barack Obama and VP Joe Biden drops today. Focused on a murder mystery, POTUS and VPOTUS are a crime-fighting duo in this bromantic parody. More important Obama news below. GROW UP NICKIThat’s essentially what a freelance writer suggested to Nicki Minaj, and then she was overwhelmed with thousands of attacks across social media from the rapper’s super fans. BEEZ IN A TRAP… Imagine if this same group of superfans redirected that passion and outrage toward politics and policy that directly impacts them. Dope right?! The Beat DC is working on it. We’re not just giving you info. We’re building a community we can activate. Tell your people to join us and subscribe at our website. We’re kicking off your Wednesday with this...
  • Senators Bob Menéndez (D-NJ) and Catherine Cortez Masto (D-NV) want answers from CFPB nominee about Puerto Rico response.
  • Poynter names Director of Training and Diversity.
  • Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has won another primary -- and she wasn't even on the ballot!
  • NFL Players Association files a grievance against the league.
  • Senator Doug Jones (D-AL) intros bill to solve cold civil rights cases.
  • PBS taps former NEA Chief.
  • Campaigns are falling short on outreach to Latinos.
  • Brooklyn City Councilman could be New York’s next political upset.
CNN commentator Tara Setmayer and Luke Cage actor Mike Colter on-set of The View last Friday.
Congressman Carlos Curbelo (R-FL) and his family celebrating the Fourth of July last week in West Kendall, FL.
Tammy Duckworth Intros Bill to Help Women Entrepreneurs 
Senators Tammy Duckworth (D-IL)
and Heidi Heitkamp (D-ND), both members of the Senate Committee on Small Business & Entrepreneurship, introduced legislation Monday to reauthorize the Interagency Committee for Women’s Business Enterprise -- a federal agency that helps coordinate federal resources and grow women-owned businesses. The Interagency Committee was maintained through both Democratic and Republican administrations, but it has been inactive since 2000 with no chairperson to operate it. Duckworth and Heitkamp’s bill would amend Title IV of the Women’s Business Ownership Act to reauthorize the Interagency Committee by making sure a Chairperson is at the helm to operate the Committee. There are currently an estimated 11.6 million women-owned businesses operating in the country, a number that has grown by 45% between 2007 and 2016. “We should be doing everything we can to help women-owned businesses grow and create jobs in their communities,” Duckworth said. “I am proud to join Sen. Heitkamp in introducing this legislation, which will help level the playing field for female entrepreneurs and business owners by making sure they have access to resources across Federal agencies while making sure the Federal Government shares and implements best practices when working with women-owned businesses so they can expand and further contribute to our economy.” More here.

Bob Menéndez and Catherine Cortez Masto Want Answers from CFPB Nominee About Puerto Rico Response
Senators Bob Menéndez (D-NJ)
and Catherine Cortez Masto (D-NV) want Kathy Kraninger, Donald Trump's pick to head the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), to provide "a full accounting" of her role in the administration's response to Hurricane Maria and its aftermath in Puerto Rico. Kraninger is currently the Associate Director for General Government at the Office of Management and Budget, where she oversees policy implementation and providing management guidance to several departments, and her duties included carrying out the administration’s agenda in Puerto Rico last year. In their letter, the Senators requested a list of all meetings she was involved with concerning “disaster supplemental appropriation requests to Congress”; emails and documents on communication with DHS, Treasury, and HUD officials related to supplemental appropriation requests; as well as documentation of her communication with Puerto Rican government officials, employees, and consultants surrounding the response to Hurricane Maria. Read the letter here.

Pete Aguilar Aims to PREVENT Domestic Terror
Congressman Pete Aguilar (D-CA)
recently introduced a bill to help local law enforcement agencies identify, prevent and respond to potential domestic terror incidents. The Preventing Radical Extremists’ Violent Endeavors Now and Tomorrow (PREVENT) Act would require the Department of Homeland Security to provide experts in law enforcement, psychology, and social work to state and local governments for the purpose of mitigating the threats of domestic terror and homegrown violent extremism. “Our community knows all too well the devastation that an act of domestic terror can cause,” said Aguilar. “After the attack on the Inland Regional Center, it became clear that we need to codify the relationship between our local law enforcement agencies and their federal counterparts. I’m proud to introduce this bill to help ensure that the resources of the United States Government are effectively distributed to prevent another unspeakable tragedy like the one we suffered in San Bernardino.” More here.

FCC Chairman Ajit Pai and Australian Communications and Media Authority’s Nerida O’Loughlin on Monday at the 18th Annual Global Symposium for Regulators in Geneva, Switzerland.
DC media strategist Natasha Márquez and MSNBC’s Mariana Atencio at the #UnidosUS2018 Annual Conference during the weekend.
Rubén Gallego Wants DHS to Investigate if Migrant Children Were Improperly Held
Congressman Rubén Gallego (D-AZ)
on Monday wrote to the Department of Homeland Security’s Acting Inspector General John Kelly, requesting an immediate investigation into reports that minor children detained at the U.S.-Mexico border were inappropriately held in an office building in Phoenix. Reportedly, the building was not licensed by the Arizona Department of Health Services to provide child care -- a possible violation of Arizona state law. “While the company has acknowledged using the office space in question to temporarily hold migrant children prior to being transported to long-term shelters, the site was not licensed by the Arizona Department of Health Services to provide child care -a possible violation of Arizona state law. In addition, the building apparently has darkened windows, limited toilets and no bedrooms, showers or outdoor play areas,” Gallego wrote. “These deficiencies call into question both MVM's ability to competently care for migrant children as well ICE 's oversight of the contractors that transport these vulnerable youth on the agency's behalf.” Gallego also sent a letter to Kevin Márquez, CEO of MVM, Inc., the company that leased the building in question, requesting additional information about the nature of the accommodations, how long the children were held, and whether the company has future plans to house children in this building or at similar locations in the Phoenix area. See the letter to the DHS Inspector General here.

Jimmy Gómez and Judy Chu Want Wilbur Ross to Explain 2020 Census Contradictions
Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross is facing questions from Congressman Jimmy Gómez (D-CA) and Congresswomen Judy Chu (D-CA) and Carolyn Maloney (D-NY). The trio led 53 of their colleagues in a letter to Ross requesting that he explain the contradictory and misleading statements he and other Trump administration officials made regarding the decision to add a question on citizenship status to the 2020 Census. Ross has told Congress multiple times that the Commerce Department considered adding a citizenship question after the Department of Justice requested it, on the grounds that it would supposedly help DOJ better enforce the Voting Rights Act. But in a June 21st memo filed as part of a lawsuit challenging the decision, Ross revealed for the first time that he was considering adding the question and had discussed it with senior administration officials before the DOJ request. He also disclosed that he’d initially approached the department about adding the question. The letter asks Ross to address the “glaring contradictions between Administration testimonies and recently released internal communications...for the purpose of clarifying the origination, intention, and justification of adding a citizenship question to the census.” See the letter here.

Doug Jones Intros Bill to Solve Civil Rights Cases
Senator Doug Jones (D-AL)
introduced legislation on Tuesday mandating the review, declassification, and release of government records related to unsolved criminal civil rights cases. The legislation is necessary because the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), as implemented, has prevented the timely and adequate disclosure of executive branch records, and congressional records are not subject to public disclosure under FOIA. In addition, some of these records, although almost 50 years old, remain classified unnecessarily or shielded from public view. Jones says the Civil Rights Cold Case Records Collection Act remedies this problem by requiring the National Archives and Records Administration to create a collection of government documents related to civil rights cold cases and to make those documents available to the public. Senators Claire McCaskill (D-MO) and Kamala Harris (D-CA) have signed on as co-sponsors. When the Emmett Till Unsolved Civil Rights Crimes Reauthorization Act was signed in 2016, an expansion of a law passed in 2007, the Southern Poverty Law Center sent to the FBI and DOJ a list of 74 cold cases of Black people allegedly killed by white people between 1952 and 1968. The murders were described as “violent circumstances that may have been racially motivated.” Most of the homicides occurred in Mississippi, where 32 people were killed. Others were in Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee. More on Jones’ bill here.

National Urban League’s Susie Saavedra and U.S. Navy CPT José Feliz on Friday on their wedding day in Arlington, VA.
WaPo’s David Swerdlick and Julie Zauzmer "ballooning" from the newsroom in DC last month.
Barack Obama and Eric Holder Drop New Video
Former President Barack Obama is out with a new video this morning released by Eric Holder’s National Democratic Redistricting Committee where he highlights the damaging effects of partisan and racial gerrymandering and calls on Americans to get engaged in the 2018 midterm elections. “Republican-controlled legislatures all across the country locked in structural advantages that would eventually determine every future election,” Obama says. “Of course that’s good for special interest who want to protect tax breaks for the most powerful, or the gun lobby, or environmental polluters. But it’s not good for our children. And regardless of our party affiliations, it’s not good for our democracy.” POTUS44 will soon hit the road to help elect candidates who support fair redistricting. The NDRC is convening allies on the ground and orchestrating digital get-out-the-vote efforts through voter contact and turnout. It will also be redirecting some of its own funding into existing organizations in the states. The focus will be on districts with large populations of college-educated voters and people of color who feel the current system is working against them, with an emphasis on districts that overlap with key House races.  Obama warns that the next 10 years will play out the way the years since 2010 have if voters don’t engage. He will make state legislature candidates a focus of his endorsements and campaigning, starting in the fall. Meanwhile, Holder will appear today at an event in Florida for the Democratic Legislative Campaign Committee, which is focused on state legislature races, and he’ll be in Ohio at the end of July, with a schedule that will continue to pick up as the elections get closer. “I've always believed that hard-fought victories that move our country forward ALWAYS require ordinary people doing extraordinary work. We have to continue fighting for fair maps and fair representation. I'm all in. President Obama is all in. Are you?,” Holder asked when he shared Obama’s video on Twitter. See the video here.

Campaigns Falling Short on Outreach to Latinos
A new report released Monday by UnidosUS and the California Civic Engagement Project at the University of Southern California found that competitive midterm campaigns are in need of more intense outreach to Latinos. The report, which focused on 25 competitive House districts where Latino voters could make a sizable difference this fall, underscored the need for campaigns and political parties to invest in outreach now as the Latino voting population surges. It also looked at demographic shifts that forecast the Latino population will grow more than 50% in the next two decades to 87.5 million -- representing nearly a quarter of all Americans. “Many pundits and political operators continue to rely on a shallow understanding of the Latino electorate, and either act surprised when Latinos determine the outcome of an election, or ignore factors like lack of outreach and investment when these voters do not turn out. By continuing to misunderstand or undervalue this electorate, those who manage and advise political campaigns miss opportunities to register, engage, and persuade eligible Latino citizens to vote,” the report says. “Careful, strategic efforts to encourage Latino voter turnout could literally change the outcome of many political races at the local, state, and national levels. Indeed, unless corrected, the current underinvestment in the Latino electorate may well amount to a critical—and possibly unprecedented—lost opportunity.” The report also says that engagement strategies must include helping eligible immigrants become citizens, helping citizens register to vote, and continuing to invest in the meaningful engagement of registered voters to increase their turnout at the polls. More here.

CNN's Jim Acosta on Tuesday visiting with his sister in Virginia on Tuesday.
CA congressional candidate Ammar Campa-Najjar (D) on Tuesday repping Brazil at the airport. 
NFL Players Association Files Grievance Against the League
The NFL Players Association announced Tuesday that it has filed a grievance against the league "on behalf of all players" for unilaterally changing the NFL’s policy on the national anthem. "The union's claim is that this new policy, imposed by the NFL's governing body without consultation with the NFLPA, is inconsistent with the collective bargaining agreement and infringes on player rights," the group explained in a statement. At a meeting in late May, the 32 NFL owners voted to overhaul their protocol for what players must do during the anthem. In the past, players were required to be on the sideline during the anthem, but they were not required to stand. Most prominent among the kneeling players -- who are not protesting the flag or the anthem but trying to raise awareness to inequalities in the justice system -- is Colin Kaepernick, who has filed his own grievance accusing the NFL of colluding to keep him out of the league. The union said it offered to begin confidential discussions with the league before proceeding to potentially contentious and time-consuming litigation. The league agreed. If talks fail, the union will begin discovery and ultimately can present its case to an independent arbitrator. More here.

Poynter Names Director of Training and Diversity
Doris Truong 
has been hired as the Poynter Institute’s first Director of Training and Diversity. In this role, Truong’s duties will include evaluation, execution, and creation of Poynter training. The 1998 University of Missouri graduate will not only focus on developing content that elevates journalism about under-covered communities and examines cultural issues in society, but also on recruiting more diverse participants and instructors for all Poynter programs. The role was created to grow Poynter teaching, both online and in-person, and embody Poynter’s mission of increasing diversity in all aspects of its programs. The Washington Post homepage Editor and former President of the Asian American Journalists Association has worked on all platforms and is versed in journalism distributed on tablets, texts, and email newsletters. Truong has been involved in coverage ranging from Democratic and Republican national convention sections to sports and suburban news. Before the Post, she spent five years as a copy editor at the Dallas Morning News. Truong will start in her role on August 2nd. More here.
PBS Taps Former NEA Chief
PBS has appointed Jane Chu, the former chairman of the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA), as an arts advisor. In her new role, Chu will work to expand access to and representation within the network’s arts programming while developing collaborations between PBS, funders, and local arts organizations around the country. Appointed to lead the NEA by former President Barack Obama, she spent four years at the agency before leaving in June. During her time, Chu guided the federal arts agency through one of the most challenging periods in its 50-year history when the Trump administration called for its elimination. Thanks to bipartisan support, the NEA’s future was secured in March when the Senate approved a budget that not only preserved the agency but increased its funding. Prior to the NEA, Chu worked at the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts in Kansas City, Missouri. The daughter of Chinese immigrants was born in Shawnee, Oklahoma and spent most of her childhood in Arkadelphia, Arkansas. She wrote and illustrated a 2002 children's book about growing up Asian American, Joy's Discovery. The Ouachita Baptist University graduate earned an associate's degree in visual art at Nebraska Wesleyan University. She earned a Master's in music from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, a Master's in business administration from Rockhurst University in Kansas City, and a Doctorate in philanthropic studies from Indiana University. More here.

Miami, FL Mayor Francis Suárez on Sunday recognizing the Miller Machinery and Supply Company for their 100th anniversary.
Congresswoman Pramila Jayapal (D-WA) in DC last month after her arrest for protesting the Trump administration’s family separation policies.  
Facebook Watch Announces New Anchor
Natasha Del Toro
is joining Mic as an Anchor on Mic Dispatch, the site's newsmagazine on Facebook Watch. The series, which is expected to debut later in July, is part of the social media giant’s effort to expand into the video news game. The program will feature two new shows per week, each Tuesday and Thursday, and each episode will be about 12 minutes long. Del Toro has reported and produced investigative documentaries for Fusion since 2013. Most recently, she appeared on and produced the docuseries, The Naked Truth, which is now streaming on Netflix. She is also the host of PBS' long-running America Reframed and was a producer on the 2016 HBO docu-series, Outpost. She also has worked for PBS' Frontline World and Time.com and was a part of a consortium of journalists who won a Pulitzer for their reporting on the Panama Papers. The Tulane University grad, who went on to earn her Master's from Columbia in 2006, spent her childhood in a small town in North Carolina with her Puerto Rican parents. She also runs her own company, called Del Toro Productions. More here.

LA Times Names Deputy Managing Editor
The LA Times has promoted their Business Editor, Kimi Yoshino, to Deputy Managing Editor. The award-winning writer, editor, and reporter began working for the LA Times in 2000, helped develop their most popular blog, L.A. Now, then became their Editor of Business and Finance in 2014. She was suspended from the LA Times in January for unstated reasons, though it's been speculated the paper’s former top Editor, Lewis D'Vorkin, believed she was leaking unflattering information about him to other news outlets. Kimi has also contributed to the Seattle Times, Neiman Lab, the Boston Herald, the Stockton Record, and the Fresno Bee. In 2015 and 2016, Yoshino received awards from the Society of American Business Editors and Writers for general excellence. Kimi grew up in Modesto and attended UC Davis. The announcement of Kimi’s promotion comes as the paper’s new owner Patrick Soon-Shiong named news veteran Norm Pearlstine Editor; Kimi will report to Pearlstine. More here.

Matter of Fact TV’s Soledad O’Brien on Thursday taking a selfie with her horse, Dakota.
Former UT congressional candidate Doug Owens and Congresswoman Mia Love (R-UT) unveiling Utah Outdoor Partners, a business coalition to promote land preservation and economic growth in the state of Utah.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Sigue Ganando
NY congressional candidate and Democratic breakout star Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has won another primary -- this time, in New York’s 15th Congressional District. The Reform Party held a write-in primary and invited unaffiliated voters to submit their preferred candidates, and on Tuesday, the city Board of Elections certified Ocasio-Cortez’s write-in victory. Of the 22 people who received write-in votes, Ocasio-Cortez got the most with nine, beating incumbent Congressman José Serrano (D). “Shockingly — and I’m told this is not a joke — we have ALSO won a primary in the neighboring 15th Congressional District via write-in campaign on the Reform line!,” she tweeted. “While I am honored that so many Bronxites are excited about our campaign, I will remain the Dem nominee for NY-14.” Ocasio-Cortez, who shocked the establishment when she beat incumbent Congressman Joe Crowley in June’s Democratic primary, will face Republican Anthony Pappas in the November midterm election. More here.

Brooklyn City Councilman Could Be New York’s Next Political Upset
Brooklyn City Councilman Jumaane Williams’ chances of claiming the victory in his bid for Lt. Governor of New York are looking more possible. The 42-year-old Democrat is the son of Grenada immigrants and has served on the City Council since 2010. He has an advantage over his opponent, incumbent Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul; Williams is well known in Brooklyn, which has more than double the population of Hochul’s native Erie County. “I am ecstatic that this is how the pendulum has swung,” said Williams, a former delegate for Bernie Sanders, who has been backed by several of the liberal activist groups that supported newcomer Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. “The politics of old has taken us to where we are. I’ve helped create these political winds and I’m very excited.” An expected win by Governor Chris Cuomo over Democratic primary challenger Cynthia Nixon, coupled with a Williams upset could potentially create strange bedfellows in the November general election. The New York Post describes it as the political equivalent of a shotgun marriage. Cuomo is the face of the Democratic Party establishment while Williams is an insurgent and frequent critic of the governor. Williams was arrested Monday evening while protesting Donald Trump’s Supreme Court nominee pick at Trump Tower. This is not his first arrest. Williams was also arrested alongside his mother while protesting POTUS45’s inauguration. The 2001 Brooklyn College graduate stayed at the school to earn his Master's in 2005. More about Williams here.

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Today, 8AThe Hill Latino's Entrepreneurship and The American Dream Forum. The forum will feature conversations with Congressmen Carlos Curbelo (R-FL) and Adriano Espaillat (D-NY), as well as Congresswoman Jenniffer González-Colón (R-PR), about Hispanic small business ownership trends. The Newseum. Knight Broadcast Studio. 3rd Floor. 555 Pennsylvania Avenue N.W., DC. Click here to register
Thursday, July 12th - Friday, July 20th: March On Washington Film Festival. DC. 
Click here for more information.
Saturday, July 14 - Wednesday, July 18th: NAACP’s 109th Annual Convention. Henry B. González Convention Center. San Antonio, TX. Click here for more information.
Monday, July 16th - Friday, July 20th: Inaugural Black Women’s Congressional Alliance Week. A series of events that will help Black women navigate Capitol Hill, compete for senior roles, build brands, sharpen political skills, and more. Click here for more information.
Tuesday, July 17th - Wednesday, July 18th: The League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) 2018 National Women’s Conference. Phoenix. Click here for more information.
Tuesday, July 17th - Saturday, July 21st: The League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) 2018 National Convention and Expo. Phoenix. Click here for more information.
Wednesday, July 18th 8:30A: The Democratic Association of Secretaries of State and CA Secretary of State and DASS Chair Alex Padilla will host a breakfast and discussion of the 2018 elections. The Raben Group. 1341 G St NW. Washington, DC. To RSVP and for sponsorship information, email Patricia Brooks at Patricia.brooks@hklaw.com. 
Wednesday, July 18th 5:30P: Join the first Latina Speaker of the House in Colorado and the U.S, Crisanta Duran, for a conversation about the 2018 election. 40 Ivy Street SE. Washington DC. Suggested Contributions: $250 to Host / $50 to Attend. RSVP to DuranForColorado@gmail.com.
Wednesday, July 18th - Saturday, 21st: NAHJ International Training Conference and Career Fair. InterContinental Miami Hotel. 100 Chopin Plaza, Miami, FL. Click here for more information.
Thursday, July 19th, 8:30A: DNC African American Leadership Summit and IWillVote Gala with Chair Tom Pérez. Special guests include Stacey Abrams, Senator Cory Booker (D-NJ), Congressman John Lewis (D-GA), New York Assemblyman & DNC Vice Chair Michael Blake, Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms, Eric Holder, and more. Address upon RSVP. Atlanta. Click here to RSVP.
Thursday, July 19th - Saturday, July 21st: The National Black Chamber of Commerce's 26th Annual Conference. Senate Hart Building, DC. Click here for more information.   
Friday, July 20 - Sunday, July 22nd: The 2nd Annual Black Campaign School, hosted by The Collective. Atlanta, GA. Click here for information. 
Wednesday, August 1st - Saturday, August 4th: The National Urban League's 2018 Annual Conference “Save Our Cities: Powering the Digital Revolution.” Columbus, OH. Click here for more information and to register.

Wednesday, August 1st - Sunday, August 5th: NABJ Annual Convention & Career Fair. Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center. 400 Renaissance Drive, Detroit, MI. Click here for more information

Monday, August 6th - Saturday, August 11th: 16th Annual Run&Shoot Filmworks Martha’s Vineyard African American Film Festival. Click here for more information.

Wednesday, August 8th - Saturday, August, 11th: AAJA National Convention. Marriott Marquis Houston. 1777 Walker St., Houston, TX. Click here for more information.
Friday, August 17th - Sunday, August 19th: Martha’s Vineyard celebrates Congresswoman Barbara Lee’s (D-CA) 20 years of service. Special guests include House Assistant Minority Leader Jim Clyburn (D-SC), Congressional Black Caucus Chair Cedric Richmond (D-LA), and more. Harbor View Hotel, 131 North Water Street Edgartown, MA. Kelley House, 23 Kelley Street Edgartown, MA. Click here for more information.
Tuesday, September 11th - Wednesday, September 12th: CHCI's Annual Leadership Conference. Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center. 1300 Pennsylvania Avenue N.W., DC. Click here for more information.
Thursday, September 13th: CHCI's 41st Annual Anniversary Awards Gala. Marriott Marquis Washington, DC. 901 Massachusetts Avenue N.W., DC. Click here for more information.
Wednesday, September 12th - Saturday, September 16th: Congressional Black Caucus Foundation 48th Annual Legislative Conference. Walter E. Washington Convention Center. Click here for more information.
Thursday, September 25th - Saturday, September 29th: NBMBAA 40th Annual Conference & Exposition. Detroit, MI. Click here for more information.
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